Sun. Oct 17th, 2021

With the 2021 season officially in the books, all 18 clubs are well on their way to getting a tilt to next year’s flag.

We have already seen a major trade domino fall, with Fremantle’s Adam Cerra officially joining Carlton in a relatively painless trade deal with Fremantle.

However, there are many more moves to be made prior to the second week of the trading period.

Here’s a list of all the trade deals and free agency signings that have taken place so far this AFL low season:


Mabior Chol parted ways with the Gold Coast Suns
Jake Kelly signs with Essendon
Luke Dunstan signs with Melbourne
Tim O’Brien signs with Western Bulldogs


George Hewett signs with Carlton


1. Collingwood-Gold Coast pick swap:
Magpies receive election in 2021 22, 46, 58 and 79 and Suns’ election in fourth round in 2022; The Suns serve the Magpies’ second, third, and fourth round selections in 2022

2. Nathan Kreuger and pick 55 traded from Geelong to Collingwood in exchange for pick 41

3. Jeremy Finlayson traded from GWS Giants to Port Adelaide in exchange for a third-round pick in 2022

4. Four-way pick-swap involving Melbourne, Western Bulldogs, Adelaide, St Kilda:
– Melbourne (IN: 17, 37, 49; OUT: 2022 first round, 33, 45)
– Bulldogs (IN: 23, 44, 45; OUT: 17, 75)
-Adelaide (IN: Melbourne’s first round election in 2022, 33, 75; OUT: 23, 37, 44, 62, 66, 2022 fourth round election)
– St Kilda (IN: 62, 66, Adelaide’s election in the fourth round in 2022; OUT: 49)

5. Will Brodie and pick 19, 61 and 69 traded from the Gold Coast to Fremantle for the Dockers’ second-round and fourth-round picks in 2022

6. Adam Cerra traded from Fremantle to Carlton in exchange for election six and Carlton’s election in the third round in 2022

7. Collingwood-Fremantle pick swap:
The Magpies swap pick 22 for the Dockers for pick 27 and a 2022 third round pick

8. Trade with three teams involving the West Coast, Carlton and Western Bulldogs:
– West Coast (IN: Sam Petrevski-Seton; OUT: select 52)
– Carlton (IN: Lewis Young; UD: Sam Petrevski-Seton)
– Western Bulldogs (IN: pick 52; OUT: Lewis Young)

9. Callum Coleman-Jones traded from Richmond to North Melbourne:
– Richmond (IN: Robbie Tarrant, pick 40, 2022 North Melbourne second round pick)
-North Melbourne (IN: Callum Coleman-Jones, pick 42, pick 47, Richmond’s fourth-round pick in 2022)

10. Pat Lipinski traded from the Western Bulldogs to Collingwood in exchange for election 43

11. Jordan Dawson traded from Sydney to Adelaide in exchange for Melbourne’s first-round pick in 2022 (owned by Adelaide via a previous trade)

12. Darcy Fort and pick 41 were traded from Geelong to Brisbane in exchange for pick 50 and Brisbane’s third round pick in 2022

13. Jordan Clark and the fourth round election in 2022 were traded from Geelong to Fremantle in exchange for election 22 and Carlton’s election in the third round in 2022

14. Jon Ceglar and fourth-round pick in 2022 traded from Hawthorn to Geelong in exchange for Brisbane’s third-round pick in 2022 (currently owned by cats)

15. Peter Ladhams and pick 16 switched to Sydney for pick 12 and Sydney’s election in the third round of 2022

16. Max Lynch, Fremantle’s third-round pick in 2022 and Gold Coast’s fourth-round pick in 2022, traded from Collingwood to Hawthorn in exchange for Brisbane’s third-round pick in 2022 and Hawthorn’s third-round pick in 2022

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